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ONE VOTE' FOR
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J S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
2 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1906, J
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Vol. XV III No. 3337
HONOLULU TEUHITOin' OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY MAKOH 21, I Mill
Pbiob 5 Cents
Marsden May Go To Philippines Por Labor
';.t. , Wl.iM -
47 Millions For
Boer War Damage
ROPED BUT NOT BRANDED
(Aitoctatcd I'rct SptcM Calt)
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, March 21. The Compeniatlon Commit.
tee examlntna th claims far th Bar wir loate has rnmnUiri ia uArU.
(The claim, aggregate $310,000,000, for the lettlement of which W7.OO3.0OO.
Shortly before noon today Assistant have been allowed.
DUtrlct Attorney J. J Uunno flnlahril I -
nn nblo and cxhaustUc nrgument do I
fending tho bill against the defendants'
In tho beef trust enso against the ile-l
inurrers filed Jgnlnst It. Tho construe-,
tlon of the Sherman anti-trust net was'
tho man point of contention illscusnoil
by Dunne. It had been contended by 1).
I.. Wlthlngton, In his argument (or tint
demurrers that tho Sherman Act was
a penal statute, uml must therefore ho
strictly construed. Uunno urgucd
iiguinst this pioRltlcm, holding that
tho net was pot wholly In tho nature
(it n penal statute ns It provided for 1M
enforcement not only by criminal pros
ecution uml punishment, but also by
mentis of Injunction and by suit for
damages brought by tome Individual.
In the raso under consideration nn In
junction wns piuyed for, and ns tLo
matter wns thus not In tho nature of n
ciltnlnal case, tho net was open to t
more cqultnblo construction,
With regard to the point raised by 3.
M. Ilnllou who showed that the Slier
man Act had passed prior to annexa
tion, wlilln tho nlleged agreement U
Students Strike In
Name Of Schmidt
f.tniochilrrf i'rc special Cablet
ODESSA, Russia, March 21. Pupils of the High School have struck at
a protest against the execution of Schmidt, the rebel leader of the Black Sea
MRS. WHTNEY, AUTHORESS, IS DEAD.
MILTON, Mass., March 21. Mrs. A. T. D. Whitney, the authoress, Is dead
Adeline Dutton Train Whitney wan born In Huston. September 15. lS2t
Her first publication appeared In 1S39 and then followed her Mother Oooju
for flrown Folks, llnvx nt PhpnlinftKet Pnlth rtnrfnftv'a fllrllirwwl Tho r.nv
twecn the Metropolitan Meat Co. and j worthy. Patience' Strong's Outings. We Girls, Ileal Folks. Illrd Talk, White
Joe Marsden's Plan Fop
POSSIBLE SOLUTION OF LABOR QUESTION
.To" Marsden believes that the labor about tho scheme and thorc la no end
problem hire can he solved by tho im- of labor to draw on In tho Philippines,
portatlon of labor from tho Phlllpplno Knough Filipinos could be brought hero
Islands, lie has talked tho proposition on the regular steamships to supply
over with Interested people In this city the demand.
nnd has made tho suggestion to the Victor Clark, representative of tho
sugar planters with the result that tho Department of Commcrco and Labor,
matter M being considered by tho Ha- who has studied conditions hero and
wallsn Sugar Planters' Association, also In tho Philippines, It will be re
Whether Marsden will himself go to membered, reported favorably on tho
the Philippines to recruit tho labor Is Idea, quito strongly recommending
n matter very uncertain. It Is said. In Phlllpplno labor,
tho mind of Mr. Marsden, for he hah Marsden was mentioned ns a possl
other 'business that would bo hard to blllty for the mission to the Azores Is
rcconcllo with a trip to tho Philip lands for Portugiieso families for plan
pines, "but In the event of tho planter! tatlon work nnd, In an Interview given
tlecldlnc to Induce the lmmlcratlon ol The Ilultctin recently, said ho might ba
Filipinos, there are several other men willing to go In tho event of Collector
who could be prevailed upon to nccept of Customs Stackablo not being able
the mission. to j,o, though ho felt It to bo under-
Mr. Marsden. being personally Inter. ;ood that Stackablo was tho man. It
ested In tho plantation business hcie, ho could find tlmo for tho Azores ml.
Is naturally concerned with tho solu- slon ho might make tlmo for the i mi.
tlon ol thf labor question nnd has cart- Ipplno trip. Mr. Marsden Is at pre
tully considered the Icku of getting la. ent attending to business on the Island
Lorers from somo of the Phlllnnlne IsU of tlawnll. so ho cannot bo scpn in tno
nnds. There U nothing Impracticable (Continued on Paa .l
Charges Of Thompson
Answered By Pr
REPLIES TO OPEN LETTER FROM KAU
moat Interesting Illustration of th. purposes, thereby providing for nearly
I tho ranchers was merely shown by tho
'bill to have been entered Into since the
(lulu of the passage of the act, nunno
replied that ho would rcqt on tho bill.
which i elated many specific InMtnnces,
which had occurred since annexation.
When Uunno had finished Uallou nn
uounccd that the attorneys for tho do
fenso had agreed to dlvldo up .the reply
to Dunne. Ilnllou would argue on tho
allegations of the bill, while D. h. With
Memories, etc., etc.
CONGRESSMAN PATTERSON DEAD.
vanla died here today.
C, March 21. Representative Patterson of Pennsyl-
fleorgo Ilobcrtson Patterson. Ilepubllcan, represented the Twelfth Con
gressional DIstilcL Hr was born Noembcr 9. 1SC3. Was principally cn-
Ington would tnkc up tho questions of BaKod In mercantile business nnd nt the tlmo of his election was the ngent
! law and tho question of the construe
tlon of tho statute. Tne Court then
took u iciess until 2 o'clock this after
open war which has now been declared
sixty families Instead of nineteen tu
planned by the T. S. A, Upon comple
tion of this latest survoy tho land will
bo appraised and opened and I hao no
doubt that wo will find occupants for
tame If tho T S. A. declines to tuke tt
The Home of
When you see this label on a suit you know It's good bet
ter, In fact, than the best tailor-made. Benjamin Clothes are
made correctly, the materials are the best.
by the Thompson Settlement Associa
tion upon Land Commissioner Pratt
given by the correspondence regardlne
the matter of the opening of Kau lands.
liiu l-ubb uui uu. icuciiru ma imiiii, .p,i, .hx.il.l l, k.i.t In l,.,t
where the Thompson men threaten suit "i" ,7 Vi.iT .. C-i. .ii.-.
und Pratt haj declined to open Ibo lfc'"'"6 " "" -
lands for them. .p.rlnent.F,ct- . .
Pratt answers the open letter of tho first, mat tne uana uopanmem is
Thompson Association ns follows: ,opening up tne wnoio tract applied lor
Your open letter or January S7th re- -""' -"'" u
eelved at this orace February 3rd. Anal appraisement having not been re.
charges the Und Commissioner with ported, the claim that the price is
attempting by various means, legal and higher than on land to Molokuns or
otherwise to defeat the settlement of "'he has no foundation whatever.
the Kaunumauna lands of Kau, Hawaii, My detailed answers to tho chnrges
by the Thompson Settlement Associa- are as follows'
Ulon consisting of nineteen residents i As stated in my letter of November
of the District of Kau. ilith the objection to U. P. Leases was
Ab a matter of fact pursuant to your caused by question having been raised
annlicatlon tho lands applied for have of legality of said leases. This quca-
been surveyed and classified accordlnx tlon having been settled by opinions
to law? with no unnecessary delay and o.U. S. nnd Territorial Attorney (leu-
tbo only hitch in the proceeding has crals Departments, holding that sail
been caused by laying the land out in leases wero legal, wo do not hesitate
lots of too great an area each or cun to open land under said leases,
land, and the Suncyor has beeu In- Schemes of Settlement,
strut ted to n-Rubdlvldo the land Into Ono not familiar with tho land law
areas sufficiently largo for homestead would Imagine from the tone of jour
'. ? "i i! letter that the proposition to open land
i,n,ln. nuh fr.altnltlfl Inatn.itl nt 11 P.
W HF" S S S S "r9& "Kl leaces would nrohlblt tho settler from
taking land, while as a matter of fact '
for n Minneapolis Hour mill. He wns serving his second term In Congress.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal March 20. SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals,
L MEANS TO .
Wit of mm.
3.56625 cents, or $71.3250 oer ton.
Quotation March 17, 3.55875 cents.
Previous quotation, March 19, 3.57 cents.
the meeting of tho Hoard of
Health this afternoon President Pink-
ham reported as follows:
I present herewith a communication
from the Hoard of Supervisors relatlvo
to thrdlspositlon of garbage. There
Is now no legal means of disposing ot
lgul notices for garbage dumps at
Hilo, ,ahajna and Walluku have been
Tho mosquito regulations await your
final determination of garbage disposi
Chesncy, John Smea'on, John Kllln
ncr. Clarence V. Waterman. V. II. D.i-
imo:i, Fred. M. Lewis, John Bmmelutb,
W. A. Ilowcn, C. A. Anderson, E. w.
Jordan, W. A. Heen, W, I.. Hopper,
Morley Phllp and . I.. Marshall.
Theso Jurors arc to appear Monday,
Lindsay's Trial Jurors A. W. Sea
bury, S. W. Logan. David K. Hoaplll.
IM. C. Lyman, J. Homer Nlshwltz,
Chas. Lucas, Robert Scott, A. D, Doak,
Chas. Itatcllfle, Jacob I.ando. Frank J.
Wallace, J. K. Kahoa, Chas. ,0, Mur
phy, II. O. Walker, Chas. Jonnson, L.
Jamison. Wm, Welnrlch, W. H. Nott
, Jr., Geo. J. O'Neill, Thoman Wilson,
Chas. J. Ludwlgscn, John Nelll, Geo.
S. Waterhouso. Chas, II. Pfetlter, Ceo.
Ilscharged for cause and J A ocea drawn. Judge De Dolt will be Wm. Barclay. I.dwara h. llingiey. jo
ansferred from thb wnltnry'ln the presiding Judge and will handle soph Trosk. James D. Cockctt. F. J.
i to position of morgue attend- no criminal cases. Judge Lindsay will Testa, Henry P. Ilenson, George M.
s. 11 'Gorman has been appoint- "lo the civil calendar, while Judge. Ilaupp, John A. Noble. Frank J. Dutra.
IN THE MATTER t
rm. r.i....i, r i- R. ItuKK and S. Kapu.
1IIL' llltJtllL ljUUll IB KL'ILIUK It'UllI 1 . . . . i
Thn followlnir ehaneel In tho force ',. ., .., ... . . " I Theso jurors nave oecn orucrea io
'"i'i!r,?ni both grand and trial Jurors having "HoTt'sTla. Jurors-W. J. Hills.
ii......ir.....i ...... ;. i a been drawn. Judge De Dolt will be Wm. Barclay. Edward B. Hlngley. Jo-
i : .i.J ,"..... ..,..1,1.... a, i, aii Itolmison will have hirv waived cases. Pero M. Pond. John II. Markham,
I present n letter from Mr J, I probate, dlvorco and equity matters. Thomas D. Stroup. John Wotorhouse.
WochIs concerning a proposed moder- J'lSO De Holt this morning had tho F 11 McStockcr. William nose. n. H.
ate-slzed natntorlum. With the pro. following Jurors drawn to servo during V. Lishman, II F. Davison, J- "de
posed quantity nnd regulation of tho tho coming April torm: ,Keague, W. ,-11Ml",tn; Joe nh?l'
water supply tho swimming pool will Grand Jurors-John H. 8chnack, Geo W Inrr, II. S. Hagen p. Alex.
ue sanitary. The water supply could John Kldwell, Samuel C Dwlght. Hen- Gardner, C. J. talk and WHIard b.
easily be Increased should the patron- ry O Ingram, Elmer i:. Paxton, Walter Brown.
ace rcqulro It. Dlllliighnm, Hugo C. Koelllng. It. T.I These Jurors have also been sura-
. . Chrlttopherseii, Ibbbc Hrny, J. M. Mr- moned to be In attendance on April 3.
OF YOUR W1LL
Tho Supremo Court this afternoon
he C K has some advantage oer-tha' rendered a decision In tho case of J I).
P. lease. Under th'j It. P. Lease tho Pulls et ai vs. .M. F Hcott, overruling
fJ settler has twenty-one (21) years In the exception tuken by the defendant,
iwnlch to pny for nia lana, no, in tne who appeared in iiersuu, iraiu mo iw
Our New Spring Styles
The Kash Co.
It Is a most common occur
rence that one says, "Oh, will A
attend to my Will later," andjg
then loses the opportunity to do .
so, either through accident or 4)
sickness. It Is not wise to delay JQ
making your will. Better ao 11
at once. We shall be happy to
give you any advice that lies In
our power and will help you toU
draw up your Will In proper le-J
meantime, paying nn annual rentnl
tn cquailUK eiKill per i-i'iiiuui uu imimun.
" nrlce. Under tho cash freehold tho aet-
C9 tier pays twenty-live per cent of pur
I FORT and HOTEL ST8. TEL. MAIN 23.
w Trust Co.,
t Fort Street, Uonolala
psy-ssy S S S S
chase price nt sale, and the balance 111
equal amounts in one, two and three
years tho Interest on unpaid halanca
In this case being but six per cent, oth
erwise all conditions of residence, cul
tivation, etc., are the same as under It.
l. leases. As nn example, suppose "A"
and "II" each took a lot of the value
of 11000 and each fulfilled conditions
and received title at the end of tbreo
years. "A" took his lot under n. P.
lease and it stands him nt tho end of
the three years J1210. "H" took his lot
w under C. F and it stands him at the
fm end of the three years 11000. Even If
he borrows tho money nt 8 per cent for
( the first thruo payments tho land will
stand him but 91210. Under II. 1 louses
W (Continued on Page 4.)
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co., Ltd,,
A Stock and Bond jokers,
JO Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange no. 1.
clslon of tho Kona Circuit Court 1 ho
action was one of trespass, Of Scott's
five exceptions four aro said to bo
without merit and ono ocrruled ns Is
also the fifth.
Alter skating, take home an Oyster
loaf from tho Cobweb Cafe.
Kisses wasted In courtship are often
needed In the married life that fol
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